Jeremy & The Harlequins, modern rock stars

Qobuz Video of the Day On August 18, 2018
Jeremy & The Harlequins wish to stray away from the bland contemporary compositions filled with overproduced dressings.

Rock ‘n’ roll is the only thing that matters! For this ambitious project, five men with a look of tattooed bad boys and soft hearts: Jeremy Fury (vocals), Craig Bonich and Patrick Meyer (guitars), Stevie...

Modenaudio Lympha IT-HA-1: choose the finish of this great-sounding headphone amplifier awarded with a Qobuzism! August 17, 2018

Headsets dedicated to listening are riding high, and consequently the amplifiers dedicated to them are also on a roll, leading to the emergence of...

Beethoven through the elegance of Lorenzo Gatto and Julien Libeer August 16, 2018

Two young Belgian soloists—including Lorenzo Gatto, despite the Italian consonance of the name—have been gathering for several years around...

Judee Sill : the lost child of mystical folk August 14, 2018

Judee Sill has never found the mainstream recognition to the height of her talent. It didn’t prevent her to influence Warren Zevon, Andy Partridge...

A brand new face for Rise Against August 13, 2018

Big names of the Chicago punk scene, the frantic guys from Rise Against change brackets with an album compiling their biggest titles in classic...

We say Yes to Michael Nau ! August 12, 2018

Michael Nau has well and truly taken off since his departure from Page France and Cotton Jones.

Tirzah, soul from out of space August 11, 2018

She has been floating in the air for several years but has never taken the time to come back to the ground to engrave in wax all her colorful dreams.

Shooter Jennings : C.O.U.N.T.R.Y is the real thing ! August 10, 2018

What future is there for you, if not music, when your parents are Waylon Jennings and Jessie Colter?

Moby brings some electronic music to the EastWest Studio August 9, 2018

Moby isn’t the kind of artists who particularly enjoys going on tour. But being as unpredictable as he is, it always feels like you don’t really...

Stefano Bollani deals again with romance August 8, 2018

In 2008, Stefano Bollani declared his love for Brazilian music with the album Carioca.
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